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We all slept in. Clint and I were eating breakfast and the kids were still asleep at 10am when Emilio knocked on the door with a cake that Giselda had baked for us Buone Anno!
I studied some more phrases over breakfast, to the amusement of the rest of the family. I headed out to thank them for the cake, to ask to use the laundry and to explain why we had been so late home the night before. I took my 'not so trusty' translator Dan with me. ...
This morning we woke to a very cold morning. It had snowed overnight on the mountains surrounding us, and was still lightly falling. The wind was blowing. We later found out that it had snowed in Naples for the first time in 35 years. It was the coldest we had been on this trip so far. So we rugged up in the full kit. Thermals, double socks, beanies and scarves. Clint wore his thermals for the first time!
Dan and I used ...
The goal today was to give Dave an overview of the city...and visit a few markets. Our first stop was Mercato Centrale by way of the duomo. We did the slow walk through the souvenir/leather stalls in the San Lorenzo area. We led Dave up and down all the aisles at the Mercato...showing him food that should be eaten and some that makes you want to give up meat! Dave was surprised that meatballs are not a popular item in Firenze. ...
... to Milan was comfortable, the second was on a much lower quality of train, and for some reason we were assigned middle seats across from each other in a train car. This was a three hour train ride and due to the woman loudly talking on her phone in italian and the couple making out against the glass of our car, it seemed to last much longer. We were exhausted by the time we made it ...
... life-like in just a hundred years or so.
We hugged the crew goodbye and found a bus home. Joanna will be seeing them for New Year’s Eve in Barcelona, but this was our final goodbye! I’ve really enjoyed spending time with them in Prague, Vienna and Florence. They’ve made the ride much more entertaining.
To end: we did some washing, ate dinner and veggies from a nearby takeaway, and engrossed ourselves in Game of ...